Date: Mon, 29 Aug 2005 10:11:56 -0700
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Subject: Re: SAS/ACCESS ORACLE: Timestamp datatype not supported
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The SAS Note quotes the error message, "ERROR: At least one of the
columns in this DBMS table has a datatype that is not supported by this
engine." This sounds like a problem with the SAS/Access to Oracle
I would attempt to bypass the SAS/Access LIBNAME engine in 9.1.3 with
[Remote] SQL Pass Through. I have used SQL Pass Through to submit
native Oracle SQL*PLUS and PL/SQL queries and retrieve the result set
in a SAS dataset.
Here is a web page with some online references to help craft your
queries in native Oracle SQL.